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Elite striker set to snub European giants and make preferred move to Old Trafford

Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic is reportedly set to snub possible moves to both AS Roma and Inter Milan in favour of joining up with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford.

Jovic, 22, joined Los Blancos from Bundesligsa side Eintracht Frankfurt last summer in a move which cost the Spanish giants £54m as per TransferMarkt.

The Serbian striker’s move to Madrid came off the back of a hugely impressive two years in Germany. Prior to making his famous move, Jovic featured in 75 games in all competitions for Frankfurt and was directly involved in 45 goals.

However, despite the excitement around the Serbian forward joining Madrid the forward has only managed to score two goals in 29 appearances in all competitions since his arrival over 12-months ago.

Leading journalist Fabrizio Romano recently reported that Jovic has been offered to a host of clubs, including Solskjaer’s United.

It has been suggested this summer that the Red Devils are considering making a late approach for Jovic in a loan move which would offer the forward the chance to reignite his career whilst also providing cover for regular marksman Anthony Martial.

According to Daily Star, Jovic is keen on making a move to Old Trafford and despite offers from AS Roma and Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan, the Madrid forward’s agent has informed his club that his preferred destination is Manchester.

With just four days left in this summer’s transfer, if the Reds are going to land Jovic they will need to act quickly.

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